Journal of Clinical and Medical Images, Medical Imaging Journal

Issue 8 Articles

Lymph Node Metastases Detected by PET-CT in Staging and Restaging Exams of Patients with Colon Adenocarcinoma: A Retrospective Study

Imaging diagnosis and the identification of diseases and pathological processes is today, one of the most important tools of medicine. Sophisticated exams, such as PET-CT, enable the clinician to prescribe the best treatment for your patient, as well as a positive or more favorable prognosis for survival.

The Eyes Cannot See What the Mind Does Not Know: An Unusual Cause of Epigastric Pain

The patient is a 71-year-old male with multiple co-morbidities including past medical history of acute pancreatitis and metastatic renal cell carcinoma presented with epigastric abdominal pain for 3 days. Physical exam demonstrated mild diffuse abdominal tenderness with more tenderness elicited in right upper quadrant and epigastric region without rebound tenderness or guarding.

Bilateral Internuclear Ophthalmoplegia in a Middle Aged Male due to Infarct

Internuclear ophthalmoparesis (INO) is a specific gaze abnormality characterized by impaired adduc- tion of the affected eye with abduction nystagmus of the contralateral eye. It results from a lesion in the medial longitudinal fasciculus (MLF) in the dorsomedial brainstem, tegmentum of either the pons or the midbrain [1]. The INO can be unilateral or bilateral …

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Staged Bilateral Traumatic Pedicle Fractures in The Lumbar Spine

Staged bilateral traumatic pedicle fractures of lumbar spine (LS) are rare, only two cases have been de- scribed in the literature. This is the first case reported in an adolescent patient. Injuries to this area, therefore, are infrequent and involve the transfer of high amounts of energy responsible most often for spinal instability requiring spinal …

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